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  • Fall Fashion for Women

    We’re just a month away from the start of fall. Before you switch out your summer wardrobe we’re giving you a sneak peek at autumn’s fashion trends. Hamilton Town Center’s Meredith Reed brought the trending looks for women.

  • Helping students heading back to school

    It’s back to homework time for many students as the school year gets underway. Homework can be just as hard on parents as it is for the kids. Private tutors can cost up to $50 an hour depending on the subject they teach. That quickly adds up, but there is some help available, including free tutoring programs. Tonja Eagan, the CEO of LifeSmart Youth, and Mary McDonald, the Oasis Coordinator at Pike Township Schools joined the morning show with details […]

  • Dealing with bullying

    The pressure to be perfect extends from the runway to everyday in the fashion industry. While the business can be glamorous, it can also be brutal. Couple that with the obsession people feel to look good on social media and the overall environment is ripe for bullying. Lifestyle Expert Nicole Rene joined the morning show with ways to deal with bullying.

  • Eva Longoria stars in new Dora movie

    Grab your map and navigate your way to see “Dora and the Lost City of Gold.” The live-action movie brings the Dora the Explorer cartoon to life. Eva Longoria joined the morning show to talk about the world-wide impact Dora continues to have.

  • S’mores on the Circle

    No need to build a campfire for these s’mores, because Indy’s best chefs are making them special for you. It’s a delicious way to pay it forward. The Girl Scouts’ Danielle Shockey and Chef Matt Kovacinsky from Weber Grill Restaurant have the details about the Girl Scouts second annual S’mores on the Circle.

  • Clean your summer garden

    During the hottest part of the summer it can be a struggle to keep your garden looking its best. Our Garden Guru says now is the time for a refresh. Allisonville Garden and Home’s Sharon Hadden has the do’s and don’ts.

  • State Fair Collectibles

    The Indiana State Fair got underway Friday. The fun includes rides, food, exhibitions and concerts! A lot of big-name musical acts have played there through the years. Collector Tom Fontaine joined the morning show with some really cool memorabilia.

  • Parenting and personality types

    Parenting can be challenging. One of your kids could be ready for anything while the other kid doesn’t want to try anything new. You are not alone in wondering what the difference is. Karen Wagnon says it boils down to identifying personality types. She joined the morning show to detail her new book “My Three and Me’ about her experiences with her kids and how she achieved positive results.

  • Technology to help with back to school

    It’s time to think about heading back to school. For example, classes in Wayne Township start at the end of July. Hamilton Town Center’s Meredith Reed joined the morning show with her top picks for back to school technology.

  • Red, White and Blue Gardening

    In addition to the fireworks on July 4th, there are other fun ways to show off your patriotic colors. Our garden guru Sharon Hadden joined the morning show with red, white and blue blooms and more. These ideas from Allisonville Garden and Home.

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